little rock - Less than 24 hours after it was unveiled, Wednesday in the American city of Little Rock was a controversial image, destroying the text of the ten commandments by a vandal.
According to local media, the probable perpetrator is Michael Tate Reed (32). He drove the image with horror elements and put a video of his deed on his Facebook account. By his deed he shouted the word 'freedom'.
The statue, paid with private sponsors money, stands right next to the building of the state of Arkansas state. The American civil rights movement ACLU has taken action for more than two years to keep the image open. At this moment there is a lawsuit of the organization against the state. The ACLU calls the image 'unconstitutional. '
Reed has previously been arrested for a similar offense. Three years ago, he destroyed a sculpture of the ten commandments near the government building of Oklahoma state.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n The probable perpetrator, Michael Tate Reed.\n \n \n Photo: AFP